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Massachusetts was the first to start a regiment for Washington; Massachusetts blood was the first shed in the war; a Massachusetts regiment was the first to reinforce Fort Monroe; the first to open a pathway from Annapolis to Washington; the first to reach the capital; and is the first to invade Virginia! God bless the Commonwealth of Massachusetts! --Albany Evening Journal, May 7.
Massachusetts (Massachusetts, United States) (search for this): chapter 286
Massachusetts was the first to start a regiment for Washington; Massachusetts blood was the first shed in the war; a Massachusetts regiment was the first to reinforce Fort Monroe; the first to open a pathway from Annapolis to Washington; the first to reach the capital; and is the first to invade Virginia! God bless the Commonwshington; Massachusetts blood was the first shed in the war; a Massachusetts regiment was the first to reinforce Fort Monroe; the first to open a pathway from Annapolis to Washington; the first to reach the capital; and is the first to invade Virginia! God bless the Commonwealth of Massachusetts! --Albany Evening Journal, May 7. shington; Massachusetts blood was the first shed in the war; a Massachusetts regiment was the first to reinforce Fort Monroe; the first to open a pathway from Annapolis to Washington; the first to reach the capital; and is the first to invade Virginia! God bless the Commonwealth of Massachusetts! --Albany Evening Journal, May 7.
Annapolis (Maryland, United States) (search for this): chapter 286
Massachusetts was the first to start a regiment for Washington; Massachusetts blood was the first shed in the war; a Massachusetts regiment was the first to reinforce Fort Monroe; the first to open a pathway from Annapolis to Washington; the first to reach the capital; and is the first to invade Virginia! God bless the Commonwealth of Massachusetts! --Albany Evening Journal, May 7.
Fortress Monroe (Virginia, United States) (search for this): chapter 286
Massachusetts was the first to start a regiment for Washington; Massachusetts blood was the first shed in the war; a Massachusetts regiment was the first to reinforce Fort Monroe; the first to open a pathway from Annapolis to Washington; the first to reach the capital; and is the first to invade Virginia! God bless the Commonwealth of Massachusetts! --Albany Evening Journal, May 7.
Washington (United States) (search for this): chapter 286
Massachusetts was the first to start a regiment for Washington; Massachusetts blood was the first shed in the war; a Massachusetts regiment was the first to reinforce Fort Monroe; the first to open a pathway from Annapolis to Washington; the first to reach the capital; and is the first to invade Virginia! God bless the Commonwealth of Massachusetts! --Albany Evening Journal, May 7. Massachusetts was the first to start a regiment for Washington; Massachusetts blood was the first shed in the war; a Massachusetts regiment was the first to reinforce Fort Monroe; the first to open a pathway from Annapolis to Washington; the first to reach the capital; and is the first to invade Virginia! God bless the Commonwealth of Massachusetts! --Albany Evening Journal, May 7.